Buffalo, NY - Mayor Byron Brown and the City of Buffalo Department of Public Works, Parks and Streets today announced the official start of the 2022 residential paving season, which includes residential paving, sidewalk work, and pothole repairs across the city.
The city will invest $10.8 million in residential paving and $7.5 million in sidewalk work, as well as over $52 million in major infrastructure projects this year, bringing Buffalo’s total infrastructure investments to over $320 million since 2006.
“Buffalo residents deserve well-paved streets and a smooth drive,” stated Mayor Brown. “Infrastructure plays an important role in the health of our City and the strength of our economy. In partnership with the Buffalo Common Council, our significant investments in repaving streets and fixing sidewalks has touched every corner of Buffalo since 2006, and we’re ready to do more in a continued effort to restore essential roads, bolster our sense of community and keep our economy growing.”
Parking restrictions will be in place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. wherever milling and paving is ongoing. Residents can find a full list of the 2022 residential street resurfacing projects on the City of Buffalo website at here.
As a reminder, Mayor Brown and the DPW asked the driving public to be on the lookout for street resurfacing crews as they’re driving around the city. If drivers encounter a crew at work, they should slow down and keep the crews safe.